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post #3166 of 4217
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Originally Posted by Reevolving View Post
swooc, yes, it looks like the jacket doesn't reach your curled fingers. What are you going to do? Could this have been avoided?

Re-read the last sentence of Swooc's own post. In any case it's a bit short but looks ok as a trendier cut suit.
post #3167 of 4217
has anyone lengthened their TAT suits? cause i got mine in a house cut and wanted it lengthened, is it possible?
post #3168 of 4217
i could have easily avoided it by telling jason i wanted a longer length. if i did it would have only been as long as where the bottom zipper seam is. a length that reaches the curl of my fingers is too long for my taste, and imo ruins the whole aesthetics of what a TaT suit represents. my initial direction for this suit was to be aggressive so i'm satisfied with the current length. i think the light shade helps exaggerate the shortness of the jacket. if i ever go for another light colour suit i'll probably have the length extended a little. joejackson, i don't think there is too much extra fabric at the bottom for you to extend the length. i'd say a max of 1"? i'm not sure how they can get around the curves at the bottom. justin, that looks very nice. i've always hated 3 button jackets, but i'm starting to really like them.
post #3169 of 4217
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Originally Posted by swooc View Post
i feel the overall balance would have been better if the jacket was slightly longer. 1/2"- 1"?

yeah, maybe, it looks really good as is though
post #3170 of 4217
looks fantastic
post #3171 of 4217
Has anyone gotten a suit made in the new lightweight flannel? And can comment on it?
post #3172 of 4217
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Originally Posted by JustinW View Post
Navy flannel 3 button in house cut:


nice to see TaT worn in mod style.
post #3173 of 4217
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Originally Posted by dinted voice View Post
Thanks. They are 2.75. I have a couple 2.5, but I think for me, the 2.75 is about the perfect lapel width.

is yours the 3 button ivy sack cut?
post #3174 of 4217
Have any of you guys heard from Jason recently? My suit was shipped out prior to Christmas and I have still not received it. Did any of you get a tracking number with your shipment?

I haven't gotten a response from him since I email this weekend.
post #3175 of 4217
edit: nvm
post #3176 of 4217
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Originally Posted by smoothmoose View Post
Have any of you guys heard from Jason recently? My suit was shipped out prior to Christmas and I have still not received it. Did any of you get a tracking number with your shipment?

I haven't gotten a response from him since I email this weekend.

Same here. I asked him two days ago for a tracking number. I'm curious if my suit is stuck in customs or the holiday void.
post #3177 of 4217
I have my own wedding in Aug 01 this year. Wanted to get a new suit for the wedding and thinking of getting my first TaT / MTM suit. Most likely go with a 2 button conservative cut. Wondering if anybody can suggest a colour besides BLACK that I can go with? I originally wanted to go for a tweed pattern, but my fiancee thinks that is too casual since Im the groom. Want to do something a little different instead of the standard black suit and tie. Perhaps a bow tie? Any help would be appreciated as I know next to know about suits. I enjoy the fit of TaT as they are slimmer.

Thanks
post #3178 of 4217
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post
is yours the 3 button ivy sack cut?

I went with the two button cut. It is not a true sack cut jacket as it has a bit of waist suppression. If you email Jason and ask him he should be able to give you all the specifications he used for me. At this point I go with whatever he thinks looks good as he has not lead me astray yet!
post #3179 of 4217
ordered a tuxedo, can't wait to see how it turns out
post #3180 of 4217
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